Helm Point Solutions is seeking Administrative Assistants with government experience to support customer in Chantilly, Virginia. This is an opportunity to work in a sector where every mission is important and your support is valued! At Helm Point we support our team so you can support the mission. This includes excellent health and dental benefits, 401k, generous PTO including YOUR birthday as a paid holiday! 

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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT - ENTRY LEVEL

Tasks
• Maintain a calendar and schedule of appointments for a manager or office
• Answer routine telephone calls, direct calls and take messages
• Greet and escort visitors
• Retrieve, sort, and distribute incoming mail, newspapers, faxes, and other publications/documents
• Arrange for the delivery of outgoing mail/packages with the mailroom
• Prepare travel/training arrangements and process travel/training accounting/vouchers for the program office
• Draft, proofread, edit and coordinate correspondence
• Perform research and retrieve information from databases and other resources
• Maintain tracking records and filing systems, archive files
• Maintain, update and serve as focal point for databases or spreadsheets
• Assist in planning, scheduling, organizing, and execution of meetings, events, conferences, off-sites, and reserving related conference rooms
• Participate in meetings and events: may serve as recorder and may present position- related information
• Prepare access rosters and request security clearance transfers
• Assist in ordering supplies /equipment and arranging for office equipment repairs
• Perform administrative back up support for other offices
• Maintain an efficient office environment to include assisting in the ordering of supplies/equipment, arranging for office equipment repairs, coordinating office renovations, and participating in event planning

Desired Skill Set
• Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and concisely using a variety of styles and techniques appropriate to the audience
• Demonstrated experience to participate productively as a contributing member in a team environment
• Demonstrated ability to be discreet and maintain confidentiality
• Demonstrated experience in the use of Microsoft Office and standard computer applications
• Demonstrated experience of proper English usage, spelling, grammar, punctuation and sentence structure to ensure that written materials prepared and reviewed are complete, succinct, and formatted correctly

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT-DESIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

High School Diploma OR GED Equivalent and 1 year of pertinent Government experience (Two (2) Supervisor Reference Required) 

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